Searching voices: Towards a canon for interaction design

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Publication Report
Title Searching voices: Towards a canon for interaction design
Date 2003
Editor(s) Ehn, Pelle; Löwgren, Jonas
English abstract
In recent years, information and communication technology has taken on whole new meanings in Western society and everyday life: from productivity tools for industry and administration, to everyday household activities, major entertainment sectors, new modes of communication and cohabitation, digitally enhanced pervasive infrastructures and more. In this situation, interaction design is emerging as a new and challenging design discipline. It has a design-oriented focus on human interaction and communication mediated by digital artefacts. This report presents a contribution to the emerging understanding of interaction design and its theory. Six doctoral students of the School of Arts and Communication, Malmö University, present canonical work in relevant disciplines including media studies, virtual reality, work life studies and the arts. They analyze the works they have chosen from an interaction design perspective and contextualize it in the knowledge field of designing digital artefacts and media.
Publisher Malmö University, School of Arts and Communication
Series/Issue Studies in Arts and Communication;01
ISSN 1652-0343
ISBN 91–7104–010–2
Language eng (iso)
Subject(s) interaktionsdesign
informationsteknikens designteori
Handle http://hdl.handle.net/2043/1192 (link to this page)

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